Events and Conferences News: 7 Reasons Virtual Conferences Will Transform Industries Worldwide, Planners encouraged to embrace event technology, Meeting room of the future survey: 59% indicate that the meeting room will go fully digital by 2014

An article by Michal Tsur on huffingtonpost points out some very valid arguments about why virtual conferences can be very positive for everybody involved. Typically conferences can be expensive and difficult to arrange, but with the power of the web, a virtual conference could take place anywhere, at any time. We think that it’s pretty exciting to be able to inspire, discuss and theorize with a huge group of people even if nobody is physically sharing one space. Perhaps we’ll see some interesting start-ups to support virtual conferencing in the future.

7 Reasons Virtual Conferences Will Transform Industries Worldwide

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If more than two-thirds of event professionals are saying that online attendance is growing, it’s pretty clear to see that not only do the event holders benefit from virtual conferences, but many others can benefit as well. Once again, it’s amazing to be able to harness the power of the web to build bridges between people and allow anybody with internet access to get involved with whatever they feel passionate about. We’re really excited to see what the future of the internet brings us.

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Planners encouraged to embrace event technology

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BARCO : Meeting room of the future survey: 59% indicate that the meeting room will go fully digital by 2014

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